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Seas and Greetings

There’s nothing more charming than coastal towns at Christmas, and Jamestown is no exception. No matter what the season, Jamestown is a must visit for a climb on the rocks, walk down the beach or picnic by a lighthouse or the Newport bridge. After taking countless trips here, I finally stopped by the cute little…

Nissitissit Covered Bridge

Nissitissit Covered Bridge, located at 1 Mason Road in Brookline, New Hampshire, is directly across the street from a tiny, sad looking covered bridge that comes into your line of vision first. Don’t be fooled and don’t miss this bridge, it’s the one on the left! Before heading back to school, my parents and I…

Up Garwin Falls

Waterfalls are always hit or miss in the summer. Either it’s pretty and flowing, or dry and gross, and Upper Garwin Falls seemed to fall right in the middle. Water was flowing still, but I’m sure there would’ve been more had it been spring. By the time we arrived, it was late afternoon and the…

Sunflower Season

Although it seems early this year, sunflower season is already in full swing. It’s hard to believe it’s already the end of July. I’ve finally finished my summer classes and started studying for the LSAT.  Taking fun study breaks is going to be essential up until test day and a quick ride to the Buttonwood’s…

We’re in Maine!

Every July, for as long as I can remember, my parents and I have come up to The Camp in Maine for vacation. It’s so relaxing and there is no pressure to go see or do anything which gives me a chance to read for fun, paint and shoot. While returning to the same place…

Highland Light

I’m back to recap part 2 of my Cape Cod road trip. After departing Nauset light (read part 1 here), the one planned destination of our day, we headed north toward Provincetown to see what we would find. After about twenty minutes of driving, I announced that the next sign for something we saw, we…